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What does it mean when you dream about drinking 3 beers an entire after you quit

  1. pinetreehugger profile image60
    pinetreehuggerposted 6 years ago

    What does it mean when you dream about drinking 3 beers an entire after you quit drinking?

  2. NathanielZhu profile image73
    NathanielZhuposted 6 years ago

    When you desire something greatly, you have it in your dreams.
    In the same way men who desire sex dream about sex, you desire beer so you dream about beer.

    Actually, I think it's a good thing to help you quit. It's always better to dream about beer than to have the real thing right? It's your mind's way of relieving the pressure of not being able to get what you want.

    Of course, dreams are not something that is fully understood. In many tests involving rats who were placed in a maze, their dreams reflected them reliving this maze and EVEN TRYING TO SIMULATE the solution.

    Your dream could either be a way of relieving stress or it could be your mind trying to find a way to get it. It's scientifically a difficult thing to understand and I'm not the one to give you a definite answer since the only knowledge I have of dreaming comes from a documentary of a few dream studies on lab rats and a few of my own experiences.

    ASTF.TK

  3. lambservant profile image94
    lambservantposted 6 years ago

    Drinking dreams are very very common for alcoholics in recovery. They do not mean you are going to drink. It is just a strange phenomenon. When I first got sober the only alcohol dreams I had were people bringing it around me and I would tell them I can no longer drink and to please get rid of it. I always thought this strange as all my other AA friends said they had actual drinking dreams. funny enough, I had two relapses (brief). I don't know how that relates to those dreams, but it is odd. So now that I am almost two years sober, in the last8-10 months I have had several drinking dreams. They are vivid and I wake up and say, Oh no, I relapsed. When I come to my senses I shake my head, laugh and go about my day. But I start it with prayer and I say, God thank you I didn't drink. And thank you  I don't have to drink to day.

 
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